Full-Time Staff Nurse II (Transplant Coordinator)
External candidates are?eligible for a one-time signing bonus of $10,000 (prorated for part time roles). The bonus will be paid out as a $5,000 gross pay adjustment in the first pay check; the second installment of $5,000 will be paid upon completion of one year (2,080 hours/prorated for part time) of service in the department hired into. Amounts reflect gross pay, prior to applicable tax withholdings and deductions required by law.
Please note that current University of Vermont Health Network employees are excluded from eligibility for this bonus. Additional terms and conditions apply.
The Staff Nurse II provides professional nursing care to patients in varying state of health and illness by assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the nursing plan of care. They function as an essential member of nursing and multidisciplinary teams, providing direct patient care, instruction, and preparation for continuing care during and following care transitions. May take charge as operational need allows.
Additionally, as Transplant Coordinator, this individual is responsible for coordination of the evaluation and preparation of candidates for organ transplantation and living donation. They are also responsible for long term management of patients after transplant or donation. The Coordinator is responsible for coordinating care across multiple areas - transplant office, outpatient clinic, the inpatient nursing unit and the community - in order to provide continuity of care across settings.
The Transplant Coordinator shares on-call responsibilities with the Transplant physicians.
State of Vermont Registered Nurse (RN) license required. The University of Vermont Medical Center is moving toward an all Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) workforce. All external candidates hired into, or current employees promoted to, a RN position will be required to obtain their BSN as outlined in the terms of their offer letter.
CCTC certification encouraged after 2 years employment
Appropriate experience in specific clinical area. Varies by unit.
Greater than one year of experience.